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Traffic Safety
The West Allis Police Department wants all pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists to stay safe. We remind everyone to obey all traffic laws to avoid property damage and injuries from crashes.

Crashes particularly involving bicyclists and pedestrians are often caused by violations such as inattentive driving, speeding, failure to yield the right of way, crosswalk violations, and impaired driving.

Bicyclists and pedestrians, pay attention to motorists who may be driving inattentively

Motorists, pay attention to other motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians. Pay particular attention to children who are often less attentive and think differently than adults.

Watch Children in Traffic, a short YouTube video, so you learn ways to help keep children safe around vehicular traffic.

Every year, the West Allis Police Department uses funding from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation to provide additional police presence and conduct traffic enforcement in the areas such as speed enforcement, seatbelt enforcement, and impaired driving enforcement.  The intent of these efforts is to keep the community safe. 

Please obey traffic laws and drive responsibly.  If you disregard this message, our officers will remind you of this message when they stop you for violating the law.

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